The holiday season is here and that typically means a lot of traveling with family and small children. Less Scott from The Goddard School suggests that explaining your trip to you child including how long it will take is key in getting them to understand, if they are old enough. You can also create a journal for them with your route and time frame and allow them to choose places to stop along the way. For their entertainment, let them bring a bag or bin of their own things like games and toys. If your children are small you should also bring a travel crib, stroller, and a carseat/booster seat. Older children also love picking out their own clothes! Let them have their own suitcase to fill with clothes and activities.
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